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Since its official opening in 2005, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) has developed and delivered a distinctive model of distributed, community-engaged and socially accountable medical education and research. NOSM serves as the Faculty of Medicine of Lakehead University in Thunder Bay and the Faculty of Medicine of Laurentian University in Sudbury, with teaching and research sites across Northern Ontario. The entire geography of Northern Ontario is the campus of NOSM.
NOSM is a made-in-the-North solution that is attracting attention from around the world for its innovative model. In just a small number of years, NOSM has become a world leader in community-engaged medical education and research, while staying true to its social accountability mandate of contributing to improving the health of people and communities of Northern Ontario.
We are proud of our accomplishments and we remain focused on advancing our education and research mandates. We remain committed to being a socially accountable organization and will work as a whole school with our communities, partners and other collaborators to address the health care needs of the region. Together, we work to achieve our strategic goal and strive to fulfill our vision of Innovative Education and Research for a Healthier North.
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), in partnership with Associated Medical Services (AMS), is pleased to announce the establishment of the NOSM-AMS Hannah Chair in the History of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Traditional Medicine. Endowed through the generosity of AMS, this new Hannah Chair joins other Hannah Chairs in Canadian medical schools where they are integral members of undergraduate and graduate education in the health professions, especially medicine. The NOSM-AMS Hannah Chair will develop a research and learning program in the history of Indigenous health to in part enhance medical education. Candidates with expertise in Indigenous Traditional Medicine are particularly encouraged to apply but other areas of research will be considered.
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The Northern Ontario School of Medicine invites applications from all qualified individuals. NOSM is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
While all responses are appreciated and will be handled with the strictest confidence, only those being considered for interviews will be acknowledged.